Kumquat May, I'll Always Love You

Kumquat May, I'll Always Love You By Cynthia D. Grant, Kumquat May I ll Always Love You Abandoned by her mother Livvy decides she is smart and self reliant enough to live by herself if she can only keep her situation a secret
  • Title: Kumquat May, I'll Always Love You
  • Author: Cynthia D. Grant
  • ISBN: 9780553264166
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Kumquat May, I'll Always Love You By Cynthia D. Grant, Abandoned by her mother, Livvy decides she is smart and self reliant enough to live by herself, if she can only keep her situation a secret.
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    About "Cynthia D. Grant"

    1. Cynthia D. Grant

      Cynthia D Grant is the award winning author of Mary Wolf and The White Horse She is a popular American author who writes novels about growing up Her books appeal to young adults who want to read stories about life in the real world As Grant commented in an interview with Authors and Artists for Young Adults, Since 1980 I have published ten books for children and young adults, primarily for the young adult category, which is considered age twelve and up I don t ever sit down and write for children I m an adult I write what sounds good to me In her novels, Grant tackles difficult social problems such as alcoholism, child abuse, and homelessness Grant is not afraid to portray violence and other graphic situations However, the overall message she conveys is that, no matter what the problem, young adults can survive adolescence After all, Grant said, Most of us who write for children or young adults know that they read books not only to be entertained, but to be enlightened and encouraged Her characters are heroes who triumph over tragedy They are realistic young people who overcome a variety of obstacles, and stand for the winning qualities of righteousness, maturity, humor, and independence Grant has received important awards forr her work, including the PEN Norma Klein Award in 1991.She lives in the mountains outside Cloverdale, California.

    994 thoughts on “Kumquat May, I'll Always Love You”

    1. This book revolves around a teenage girl who has been living on her own since her mother, Luna Lee, left a couple of years ago Liv s dad is dead, and her biggest challenge in life is making it through high school while taking care of herself and making people think that her mom is still around Fortunately, Luna Lee has left some money, so Liv is using it to pay the bills and maintain her mom s subscriptions and other usual expenses, but the money will run out soon, so she is faced with a crisis. [...]

    2. This was the first real book that wasn t read to me in my life, that I read all by myself, and it will always hold a special place in my heart I also remember, it was the first time I remember feeling a literal heartache Grant uses such imagination mixed with a realism that almost everyone knows at some point in their lives a feeling of abandonment My heart broke for the main character who s name escapes me at the moment , and, at the age of 9, I somehow knew I would feel the same feelings she d [...]

    3. I read this book as a teen and I loved it This teen manages to convince the town her mom is still with her after mom leaves her I loved how the town people were like yeah I saw your mom the other day I also liked how the teen would put bumper stickers on people s cars Great fun book.

    4. A fantastical novel of a mature daughter on her own after her whimsical mother leaves on that very thing a whim With a very satisfying end and many twists and turns throughout the book, I read this many times over.

    5. I re read this book after finishing college and even though it was over ten years ago since I first read it I enjoyed it just as much The first time I read it, I had borrowed it from one of my cousins, and when I found it earlier this year, I knew I had to read it again.

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